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Speaker To Explain How To Create Corporate Version Of Uber

Martin Romjue
Posted on April 17, 2015
Deem CEO Patrick Grady will speak about a creating a corporate version of Uber on May 18 during the LCT Leadership Summit in Miami Beach. Grady last spoke during the annual State of the Industry presentation on March 16 during the International LCT Show in Las Vegas, Nev. (LCT file photo)
Deem CEO Patrick Grady will speak about a creating a corporate version of Uber on May 18 during the LCT Leadership Summit in Miami Beach. Grady last spoke during the annual State of the Industry presentation on March 16 during the International LCT Show in Las Vegas, Nev. (LCT file photo)



Deem CEO Patrick Grady will speak about a creating a corporate version of Uber on May 18 during the LCT Leadership Summit in Miami Beach. Grady last spoke during the annual State of the Industry presentation on March 16 during the International LCT Show in Las Vegas, Nev. (LCT file photo)

Deem CEO Patrick Grady will speak about a creating a corporate version of Uber on May 18 during the LCT Leadership Summit in Miami Beach. Grady last spoke during the annual State of the Industry presentation on March 16 during the International LCT Show in Las Vegas, Nev. (LCT file photo)
Deem CEO Patrick Grady will speak about a creating a corporate version of Uber on May 18 during the LCT Leadership Summit in Miami Beach. Grady last spoke during the annual State of the Industry presentation on March 16 during the International LCT Show in Las Vegas, Nev. (LCT file photo)

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -- The LCT Leadership Summit has lined up Deem CEO Patrick Grady to lead a lunchtime session May 18 titled, "How To Create The Corporate Version Of Uber."

Grady will describe in detail, complete with a timeline, the only viable program that has ever been presented to this industry that could provide a competitive, legal and high-quality option for chauffeured car services to the corporate and business travel markets.

The chauffeured transportation industry is in a paradigm shift. A globally branded corporate app must be embraced for this industry to survive and thrive. This clinic is for the visionaries of the industry who can embrace this revolutionary idea.

The clinic, to include a lunch for attendees, will be held Monday, May 18 from 12:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Eden Roc Hotel in Miami Beach.

REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

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Related Topics: apps, business travel, corporate business, corporate travel, Deem Ground, industry education, industry trends, keynote speakers, LCT Summit, Miami Beach, mobile applications, mobile technology, Patrick Grady, TNCs

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Robert Roma

     | about 4 years ago

    Great article.

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